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Nvidia RTX 3080 bundle offers Doom Eternal and Ghostwire: Tokyo

A bundle of value and fun.

If you’re still on the fence about buying a new graphics card this summer, the latest campaign from Nvidia might convince you it’s time. For the remainder of July, you can get an Nvidia RTX 3080 graphics card bundle containing codes for Bethesda’s Doom Eternal and Ghostwire: Tokyo. That also includes both of The Ancient gods DLC expansions for Doom Eternal, which makes this a particularly enticing offer when combined with the substantially lower prices of today’s graphic card market.

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If you’ve been paying attention to the news in recent weeks, really, months at this point, graphics card pricing has collapsed. Nvidia RTX 3080s now go for as low as $759.99 USD, even with this bundle thrown in. This campaign likely has something to do with that, with the obvious consumer incentive to increase sales before the RTX 40 Series launches later this year.

 

No matter how you look at it, this is a great deal for a powerful graphics card that will be able to competently run new games for years. According to Nvidia, the RTX 3080 Bethesda bundle applies to all cards purchased from today through the end of the month. However, you will need to ensure your purchase is through an authorized retailer. You can find more info about the terms and conditions on Nvidia’s website.

As an added bonus, we confirmed these game codes are for the Steam platform. You’ll need to follow these redemption instructions to add the games to your account.

Two great games worth playing

Most gamers are likely familiar with the titles included in this bundle. Doom Eternal has a reputation for being one of the greatest single-player FPS titles to launch in recent years. It also has some multiplayer content to check out as well. Ghostwire: Tokyo launched earlier this year and takes place in a post-apocalyptic metropolis where you get to wield magic against demonic enemies inspired by Japanese folklore.

Both games support Nvidia RTX ray tracing and DLSS, so you can check out the graphics on glorious high settings to see just how good that new RTX 3080 is.


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